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These #animals are on the hunt — for #Easter eggs! http://on.today.com/1m7ByK1
Easter is around the corner, and bunnies aren't the only animals celebrating! Animal care specialists at the Hanover Zoo in Germany...
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Meet Rosie & Clarence, America's first official #police comfort #dogs http://bit.ly/1l3hNz9 #servicedogs
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Stray dog chases a train and finds herself a home! http://bit.ly/1eDBaRa
The adorable dog that raced a Metro-North train has a new family. New York's Animal Care Control announced Monday that Tie has found a "great" new home. ACC got about 100 queries and three dozen applications for the energetic pooch. She was rescued last week after running alongside a Metro-North Railroad train on a parallel track.
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Ferret Facts: What You Should Know About Owning #Ferrets as #Pets http://bit.ly/1hC0Dol
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Pet #rats and rat-bite fever: What you need to know http://bit.ly/1m7zmSF
The recent report of a 10-year-old boy that died from rat-bite fever in San Diego has raised concerns about the risk of contracting this disease from pet rats. The family of the child is suing Petc...
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Should our #pets take vitamins? http://bit.ly/1iTwIdW
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How to prepare for #Passover when you have a dog http://bit.ly/1m2pvei
Earlier this week, as she prepared for Passover, Shannon Gessner suddenly remembered her dog, Marcy. “This is our first Passover together,” says the 32-year-old account manager who lives on the…
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7 simple ways to help your cat lose weight http://bit.ly/1hBY1H4 #cats #pethealth #pets
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510 E 62nd St New York, NY 10065
510 E 62nd StUSNYNew York10065
(212) 838-8100amcny.org
Animal Hospital, Veterinarian
The Animal Medical Center of New York provides routine and emergency medical care for pets, and also offers treatment for animals suffering from complicated diseases. The staff, which includes more than 80 veterinarians, utilizes an interdisciplinary team approach and combines expertise in 17 different specialties. The facility is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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Mason Loh
reviewed a week ago
I take my 2 rescue dogs there for yearly checkup every year for the last 8 years. one had a knee ACL surgery & make long story short, came out successful & better then I can imagine. staffs are always nice & very knowledgeable. I know there are plenty of negative comments here . but the fact is having a pet & be seen by any vet is EXPENSIVE ! & No vet will see a pet without knowing if the owner will have the abilities to pay for it. and in emergency's you need to sign a affidavit that you will be willing to pay for it in the end no matter what the outcome is, and sometimes the outcome is not what the pet owner expects & blames the vet & hospital. bottom line is you need $ save aside if you want to be a responsible pet owner for vet care. animal medical center is not a charity for pet & they can't perform miracles also they don't take care of homeless animals unless you willing to pay for it. I never had any problems small or big with them. sounds harsh but that's the reality. Mason Loh NYC
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Daniela Navarro
reviewed 6 months ago
I had to take my cat here at 10PM at night for an emergency. I was helped right away and my cat was taken for examination within 10 minutes of arriving. The veterinarian kept me informed the entire time and gave me an update every 10 - 15 minutes. What I loved is that they gave me different options for treatment. The staff was friendly and understood my concerns. The final bill also wasn't as much as I would have expected for an emergency visit.
Sandra DeMaria
reviewed a year ago
This hospital took thousands and thousands of dollars from me convincing me they could save my dog. In the end, they accidentally paralyzed my dog from the chest down. Did not even help me carry her out of the hospital and never took a phone call again from me. My dog died a month later. I had 2 different vets tell me that I was in the right. Dr. Wallace was rude and ignorant and made false promises. I never did anything about it. I just mourned the loss of my best friend. This happened approximately 16 yrs ago. I finally decided to speak up.
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Andrew Caban
reviewed 2 months ago
My cat had a severe case of Pancreatitis that became life threatening. I spent over $10,000.00 for treatment and hospitalization for one week. Even though it may be one of the most expensive Vet Hospitals in NYC it is, in my opinion, worth every penny for there expertise, kindness and caring. My best friend is soing much better and so am I. With deepeat sincerity, thank you AMC for being there 24/7.
Suzanne Muller
reviewed 6 months ago
Superb, compassionate, professional care from everybody in the building! My sweet Molly spent her last days in their care and she was one lucky dog!! Thank-you AMC.
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Dorje Chen
reviewed 5 months ago
I brought an injured stray kitten here because the pet shelter closed. The staff was very apathetic and unprofessional.